• Mourning Divyanka Tripathi reports on set 36 hours after grandpa’s demise

    The actress rushed to Bhopal for the last rites but could not stay back with her family in their hour of grief, due to her professional commitment

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  • Why this man is dangerous

    It's not just his views on terror; Zakir Naik's teachings promote disharmony. But a ban won't help. Does Dr Zakir Naik promote terrorism? On Thursday, the NIA arrested a member of the Islamic Research Foundation founded by Dr Naik, for having motivated a Kerala Muslim to join Daesh. This allegation has yet to be proved. But Naik's lectures have cropped up in the background of other Daesh followers and terrorists. In his lectures, Dr Zakir Naik does not encourage terrorism. But his disapproval of it is never devoid of caveats. Perhaps the strongest condemnation of terror came in his answer to an Indian who asked whether it was ok for him to resort to terrorist acts on finding all doors closed

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  • Cong MPs' slur against minister, govt attracts privilege motion

    After the House was adjourned due to a ruckus over AAP MP Bhagwant Mann’s controversial filming of Parliament building, Harsimrat was reportedly talking to DMK MPs. Former Union minister  Ramesh came shouting and told Harsimrat that she was “not worthy of becoming a minister” and used foul language, which surprised the SAD minister. Another Congress MP Renuka followed Ramesh’s outburst and used “derogatory words” like “the government and ministers are ‘kachra’ (filth)”, said sources close to the minister. The Congress leaders were upset since a private members bill by its MP K V P Ramachandra Rao was listed in the Rajya Sabha for consideration, but could not be passed due to the commotion by

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  • OMG! Navjot Singh Sidhu to Quit the Kapil Sharma Show!

    Navjot Singh Sidhu will be quitting the Kapil Sharma Show soon!

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  • Tamil Nadu, not Goa is most popular tourist destination in India for foreigners

    Contrary to popular opinion, neither Goa, nor Kerala or even Jammu and Kashmir is the most popular tourist destination in India for foreign travellers. India's most popular state with foreign tourists is Tamil Nadu. According to data published by India's Ministry of Tourism, Tamil Nadu contributed almost 20 percent of the total foreign visits to India in 2015. The state remains popular despite the tragic floods the state endured in 2015. Last year, India saw 23 million foreign visitors, as compared to 22 million in 2014 and registered a growth of 4.4 percent. The most frequented states (number of visits in millions) were Tamil Nadu (4.68), Maharashtra (4.41), Uttar Pradesh (3.1), Delhi (2.38),

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  • Rajinikanth's 'Kabali' magic mesmerises Mumbai

    Mumbai, July 22 (IANS) South Indian mega-star Rajinikanth's latest release "Kabali" hit Mumbai with thousands of fans celebrating at the Aurora Theatre in King's Circle and other parts of Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai on Friday. The atmosphere inside the cinema hall is electrifying," grinned Nambi Rajan, the owner of Aurora Theatre, which created history by hosting six full-house shows of "Kabali" starting 6 a.m. today.

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  • Ludhiana teen dares Hafiz Saeed, says will hoist tricolour at Lal Chowk on Aug. 15

    Ludhiana, July 23 (ANI): Jhanvi Behal, the 15-year-old girl from Ludhiana, who made it to the headlines after challenging JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar to a debate on freedom of speech and expression, has now said she would hoist the tricolour at Lal Chowk in Srinagar on the occasion of Independence Day. "I had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to allow all his MPs to hoist the national flag in their respective constituencies.

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  • Virat Kohli’s impact on Indian cricket is more than numbers, it’s his warrior-like spirit

    Virat Kohli’s phenomenal impact on Indian cricket is significantly a lot more than statistics, however impressive those numbers might seem. He has injected into Indian cricket a different mindset, the sort which hasn’t been seen for a long, long time. The substantial double century he slammed on Friday night was an emphatic endorsement of that aggressive, no-holds bar mindset. For many years now Indian captains have gone into a Test match with just four bowlers. While that number would have been considerable on turning tracks where the ball would play tricks on the batsmen, the rest of the time it was a defensive move and a veritable surrender to the opposition. It straight away conveyed to the

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  • Why airlines are horses and India continues to have ghost airports

    New Delhi: Two statements in Parliament this week about airport infrastructure show why India remains a country of ghost airports and patchy air connectivity. We have close to 400 airports across the country which are un-served - they do not handle even a single flight. But we also lack airport infrastructure at several places where demand actually exists. In the first statement, Civil Aviation Minister A Gajapathi Raju laid the blame at the airlines' door and compared them to horses who can be taken near the water but cannot be made to drink it. According to him, airlines not mounting flights to many existing airports is the biggest reason for patchy air connectivity in India. The second statement

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  • AAP MP may be suspended

    Aam Aadmi Party MP Bhagwant Mann may be suspended from membership of the Lok Sabha for filming his journey past the multi-layered Parliament security cordon and later posting it on social media. As the matter came to light, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan summoned Mann to her chamber on Friday morning and pulled him up. Though Mann apologised, Mahajan said she would consult leaders of all political parties and decide on what action has to be taken. “It is a serious issue. I am talking to everyone on what action should be taken. All Parliament members are agitated. This issue would not be resolved by a simple apology,” Mahajan told reporters when asked to comment on Mann’s video. “It is a case

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  • Indian Air Force plane with 29 on board missing in Bay of Bengal

    By Sanjeev Miglani and Euan Rocha NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - An Indian Air Force plane carrying 29 people went missing on Friday on a flight to a remote island chain in the Bay of Bengal, the Defence Ministry said. The Russian-made AN-32 was on its way to Port Blair, the capital of Andaman and Nicobar islands, from Chennai when it disappeared from radar. Military officials said the weather had been rough in the Bay of Bengal for the last two days during the monsoon season.

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  • Controversies may not leave SRK alone; Raees may give viewers a memorable movie experience!

    Shah Rukh Khan – the King of Bollywood now seems to have landed up sensitive spot due to various controversies in the recent past. But two of his big films will be releasing this year. Find out the destiny's designs for SRK in 2016.

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  • India wants Tesla Motors to set up manufacturing facility

    Rising pollution levels has been a concern for the Indian government. Recently, Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport, Highways and Shipping visited the Tesla’s manufacturing facility, where he had encouraged the company to set up a manufacturing facility in India. The visit also focused on the Indian government’s desire to promote electric vehicles.

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  • Google Earth Shows Everything: Bhagwant Mann Defends Parliament Video

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MP Bhagwant Mann gave a bizarre defence on Friday over the video he shot while entering Parliament complex saying it does not show anything new. "Even Google Earth shows the way to reach Parliament on its website". Climbing down on his stand, Mann did not live stream the video while entering Parliament on Friday. He also said his only intention was to tell the procedure of what happens during the zero hour. "I've done nothing to risk the security of Parliament. During zero hour, discussion topics are decided through lucky draw which is unfair. I only wanted to educate and inform people about that," Mann said. Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan met Mann and expressed

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  • Barbeque Nation comes up with Dilli Wali Khau Galli fest

    New Delhi, July 23 (IANS) Love street food, but find street-hopping a bit cumbersome in the muggy weather? Indulge in your craving at Barbeque Nation's ongoing Dilli Wali Khau Galli food festival.

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  • Here’s what Donald Trump would do to the price of gold

    A Donald Trump presidency could fuel a 40% rally in gold, according to one analyst.

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    Gadgets News and updates at NDTV Gadgets360.com. Find News on Latest Gadgets, New Gadgets, Latest Technology and Mobile News. Get the latest Gadgets & Tech News on Mobile phones, Tablets PC, Camera, Gaming, Internet, Technology News from NDTV Gadgets360.com.

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  • File FIR against Amit Shah, Daya Shankar Singh, court tells police

    Patna: A Bihar court on Friday ordered the filing of an FIR against BJP president Amit Shah and suspended party leader Daya Shankar Singh, who had made derogatory remarks against Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati. The Chief Judicial Magistrate in Hajipur, the district headquarters of Vaishali, has ordered the police to lodge a case against Shah and Singh. The court’s order was in response to a petition filed by a Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Balinder Das, who filed a petition in the CJM court, seeking an order to file an FIR against Shah and Singh in connection with derogatory remarks made by Singh against Mayawati. “I have approached the court as BJP leaders have hurt millions of

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  • It’s the sun. It’s the moon. At 5 am, it’s the first-ever show of Rajinikanth’s Kabali

    “Neruppu da,” he says, and sets Tamil Nadu alight. At 5am on Friday (July 22), Tamil superstar Rajinikanth’s latest movie Kabali was released across theatres in the southern Indian state, other parts of the country, and even the world. A former government bus conductor, Rajini—or thalaivar, leader in Tamil, as his fans call him—evokes inexplicable…

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